David F. Epstein - The Political Theory of The Federalist



David F. Epstein - The Political Theory of The Federalist
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press | 2007-08-15 | ISBN: 0226213005 | File type: PDF | 244 pages | 13.41 mb

In The Political Theory of “The Federalist,�David F. Epstein offers a guide to the fundamental principles of American government as they were understood by the framers of the Constitution. Epstein here demonstrates the remarkable depth and clarity of The Federalist’s argument, reveals its specifically political (not merely economic) view of human nature, and describes how and why the American regime combines liberal and republican values.
“While it is a model of scholarly care and clarity, this study deserves an audience outside the academy. . . . David F. Epstein’s book is a fine demonstration of just how much a close reading can accomplish, free of any flights of theory or fancy references.”â

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